What's Your take on sex educational topics at hub_pages!? Some time ago I have being writing for sex_education blog and there are few good text's (or so I was told) it would be ok to share. Of course text would be modified for hub_pages!? Anyone has any experience with these!?
The problem with writing about sex on Adsense-based sites like HubPages is that Adsense is dumb.
You probably know that Adsense doesn't allow "adult content" and you can lose your Adsense account if you violate that rule. The trouble is, the "adult content" filter is automated and can be triggered even if you're talking about sex in a serious, academic way.
That's not HubPages fault, it's Google's and there's not a lot we can do about it! So you could certainly try writing some but don't be too surprised if you find yourself flagged.
Besides, hasn't the whole sex ed thing been done before? (Couldn't resist making that remark - sorry. )
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